Pioneering Investments & Trading
Earnex Financial Group aims to build value across the group through organic growth, acquisitions and mergers. Key areas of development include developing our partner networks, overseas presence, accessing global markets and strategic acquisitions. We continue to provide capital resources to a range of companies, specifically in the finance and online marketing sector, that share our vision of becoming pioneers in creating a long-lasting legacy through innovation, independence and integrity.
If you have an opportunity, you would like us to consider contact us.
Our Growth Strategy
Earnex Financial Group’s primary focus is on revenue and profit generation in the companies we own or invest in by leveraging:
- Experience and skills of its management
- Extensive and dynamic partner networks
- Acquiring businesses that share our vision
The management team has extensive experience in commercialisation of technology, sales and marketing, time to market, business and corporate management skills. As we continue to grow we continue to identify suitable acquisition targets to assist in achieving our growth. The key areas of focus currently include:
- Online media publications (sector / non sector)
- Financial partner networks
- Global office set up
Contact us to discuss further how you could assist in our growth.
Our approach to growth includes:
“Growth is never by mere chance; it is the result of forces working together.”
About Earnex Financial
A group of visionary individuals with a combined experience of over 50 years in the financial markets came together to share their know-how and expertise and set new heights in developing financial products and services. Earnex Financial Group was formed.
In 2021 Earnex online brokerage was launched along with an innovative trading platform where traders can connect with investors and share in profits courtesy of the Earnex Exchange – the future of trading.
The Global Macro Fund was established in 2016. It is underpinned by two tested investment strategies, one focusing on global indices and the other on global currency pairs.